[DWJ] Georgette Heyer (also "what this list has given me")
kait.bessing at comhem.se
Tue Jan 8 01:12:15 EST 2008
I loved Sorcery and Cecelia, but am still struggling to get through The
Grand Tour. I just don't find the mystery interesting enough.
Haven't even seen the third book. Is it worth it, if I can't even finish The
Andrew Barton wrote:
> Definitely regency-period and influenced in style by Heyer, (in an
> alternate universe, of course). Do you know of the sequels, The
> Grand Tour and The Mislaid Magician? These are also written as
> epistolary novels.
> That's Stevermer, BTW (RM, not N). She has her own series set in a
> somewhat later period in another alternate world, starting with 'A
> College of Magics'.
> Patricia Wrede also wrote 'Mairelon the Magician' and a sequel,
> again regency-era fantasy with a tinge of romance.
> If you like 'Sorcery and Cecilia' you will almost certainly like
> these books too.
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